The Capitol Theatre announced two shows with Phil Lesh & Friends on May 28 and 29 in Port Chester, NY! The Friends will include Warren Haynes and Eric Krasno on guitars, John Molo on drums, and Melvin Seals on keys. While we’ve seen Haynes, Molo, and Krasno play extensively alongside Lesh, it will be Melvin Seals’ first time playing with Phil Lesh & Friends. The Hammond B3 organ wizard was one of the select few who had the distinct privilege of sharing the stage with Garcia during the much celebrated tenure of the Jerry Garcia Band. Melvin Seals On Faithfully Carrying The Torch Of Jerry GarciaWhile the three March dates are sold out for Phil & Friends, ticket information for the May shows is available via the Capitol Theatre website. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 11th, at 3 PM Eastern.
The idyllic Southeast Asian island will gradually reopen this month for domestic tourists, while maintaining a “strict health protocol” to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, Bali provincial secretary Dewa Made Indra told reporters.The local government expects to reopen Bali to foreign arrivals in September. Tourism is Bali’s main source of income. Travel restrictions due to the pandemic have hammered the local economy. The occupancy rate at Bali’s starred hotels plunged to 2.07% in May, according to Bali statistics bureau data, from 62.55% in December before the pandemic hit and down from 51.56% in May 2019.”What I hope is the best for Bali and … all the tourists will come to Bali and everybody will be happy and healthy again,” Robin Tesselar, a Dutch citizen staying in Bali, told Reuters after attending the Besakih prayers.Tourism-related businesses are preparing to for the reopening by implementing the health protocols, aiming to improve them until Bali reopens for international tourists, said hospitality executive Yoga Iswara.Topics : Bali conducted mass prayers on Sunday as the Indonesian resort island prepares to reopen to tourists shut out due to the COVID-19 pandemic.More than a thousand people attended a prayer at Besakih Hindu temple in the town of Karangasem, expressing gratitude for the handling of the new coronavirus on the island and seeking blessings for the start of a “new normal”.Bali has reported 1,849 coronavirus infections and 20 deaths so far, while Indonesia as a whole has recorded 63,749 cases and 3,171 deaths since early March.
Training staff on how to safely put on and take off protective gowns, masks and gloves to prevent the virus from spreading, including the use of “buddies” that can help spot any potential risks when removing protective gear Conducting hands-on drills so that team members can practice safety procedures Designating isolation areas where at-risk patients would be treated BATESVILLE, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Health says the risk of Ebola virus being spread to Indiana remains extremely low, but local hospitals are preparing if the situation changes.Margaret Mary Health has instituted an Ebola Preparedness Plan to identify and treat Ebola patients based on recommended CDC guidelines.The hospital notified employees this week of the following measures:Training front line staff in all of MMH facilities and medical practices on how to screen for at-risk patients and visitors Posting Travel Health Alerts at each entrance to educate patients and visitors on what to do if they have Ebola symptoms or have possibly been exposed to the virus (see attachment) Continuing to follow CDC guidelines and protocols Setting up a special “Ebola Cart” in the Emergency Services Department Reviewing infection control and decontamination processes Consulting regularly with Dr. Steve Blatt, the Medical Director for Infectious Disease at TriHealth in Cincinnati and a member of our medical staff Ordering enough protective gear and supplies to have readily available, if needed